Mark Ward’s Carcass is the second of four chapbooks we’re releasing in May. Number 10 in Volume 4 of our Editor’s Series. Seth Pennington writes that these poems create “a kind of erotic violence that takes the experience of reading and makes it something like edging . . .” Eric Norris calls it “a spooky book that takes place in a weird landscape of horror and strange humanity.” Liz Quirke says Carcass is ” a collection humming with moments of quiet fury.” And D.A. Powell calls these poems “Exciting, mysterious, seductive, frightening.” Available now.
What better day than July 4 to bring out Matt Daly’s new chapbook, Red State, selected by Dan Vera & Ron Mohring as Number 11 in our Rane Arroyo Chapbook Series? Click here to check it out and also read about the release of Matt’s full-length collection, Between Here and Home.
Remember that 100% of all chapbook purchases for the weekend of July 5 – 7 will be donated to Raices in solidarity with Bookstores Against Borders!
It’s not escaped my attention that I am always saying I’m thrilled to release a new chapbook, but, folks, I am very much that–thrilled–to announce the publication of Drinking the Pink by Priscilla Atkins, Number 2 in this year’s Summer Kitchen Series and the 21st title in that very-limited-edition series. Only 24 copies will be sold by the press; the author gets the other 25.
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Hot on the heels of Dave Bonta’s Breakdown: Banjo Poems is the tenth title in the Keystone Chapbook Series: The Salvager’s Arts, by William Kelley Woolfitt, selected by Sascha Feinstein. The official release date is September 28; please allow two weeks for delivery–I make each copy by hand, ya know. Orders are now being taken through Paypal or by query to sevenkitchens at yahoo dot com. Please join us in congratulating Will!
It’s out! Breakfast in the Suburbs by David J. Daniels is officially published today, and you can read about it and order your copy right here.